I've been advised that the best way to start ICLW is to give a brief history of where I stand.
Right now, I stand in the middle of Nowhere, both literally and methophorically.
I live very far from an RE and thus haven't been released from my regular gyno in to RE care after 14 moths of TTC without a single BFP. I was recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism and am to go back to see my gyno (after more blood work of course) on April 12 after 6 weeks of thyroid medication to see where I stand.
Hopefully, my numbers will be better and I will be referred to another local gyno who does IUIs.
Side note: An update to my regular readers, sorry I haven't been commenting on your blogs, after AF came on Wednesday, then I got the plague on Thursday, vomiting, diarrhea, the whole nine yards. (It's going around my work, a horrible GI tract virus) I'm still dehydrated and feel hungover. I got out of work on Friday but am back at work today. It's CD7 and this doesn't bode well for this month. Hopefully this doesn't affect ICLW and my commenting on other blogs.